N&Ws Oak Hill switcher works at its namesake town with a FM H24-66 during the spring of 1971.
A West Virginia Southern motor car makes a run north along the old NS White Oak Branch through Oak Hill. The line has been abandoned for several years and is now owned by Fayette County.
A small 0-4-0 industrial steamer that used to roam the rails of the South Charleston Industrial Park now sits in Oak Hill awaiting restoration.
Looking west along the former Virginian White Oak Branch. To the right of the frame is the Oak Hill "Rail Trail" which parallels most of the former right of way in this section of Oak Hill.
Standing guard along the Virginian White Oak Branch. A static display hosted by the White Oak Chapter of the NRHS.
This former Southern caboose sits on display at Oak Hill, now serving as an icecream shop for anyone visiting the city park and surrounding areas.
This 0-4-0 sits on display at Oak Hill, WV.
N&W FM H24-66 #171 switching coal loads at Oak Hill, WV. [4/71]
This train has slowed to a crawl as it works upgrade.